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Does biochar improve apple productivity?

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Eyles, A and Bound, S and Oliver, G and Paterson, S and Direen, J and Corkrey, R and Hardie, M and Green, S and Clothier, B and Close, D, Does biochar improve apple productivity?, Australian Fruitgrower Magazine, Australian Apple and Pear Ltd (APAL) - PIPS Apples & Pears (Productivity, Irrigation, Pests and Soils), North Melbourne, Victoria, Volume 7, 9 October, pp. 32-34. (2013) [Magazine Article]


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Abstract

The team at PIPS (Productivity, Irrigation, Pests and Soils project) recently investigated biochar and compost soil amendments to assess its potential for improving the productivity and sustainability of apple orchards.

Item Details

Item Type:Magazine Article
Research Division:Agricultural and Veterinary Sciences
Research Group:Horticultural Production
Research Field:Horticultural Production not elsewhere classified
Objective Division:Plant Production and Plant Primary Products
Objective Group:Horticultural Crops
Objective Field:Pome Fruit, Pip Fruit
UTAS Author:Eyles, A (Dr Alieta Eyles)
UTAS Author:Bound, S (Dr Sally Bound)
UTAS Author:Oliver, G (Mr Garth Oliver)
UTAS Author:Paterson, S (Mr Stephen Paterson)
UTAS Author:Direen, J (Mr Justin Direen)
UTAS Author:Corkrey, R (Dr Ross Corkrey)
UTAS Author:Hardie, M (Mr Marcus Hardie)
UTAS Author:Close, D (Professor Dugald Close)
ID Code:85743
Year Published:2013
Deposited By:Tasmanian Institute of Agriculture
Deposited On:2013-08-05
Last Modified:2015-02-06
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